Siding protects, and dresses up the exterior walls of your home. Choices vary and range in a wide variety of composition, finishes, and colors. They include vinyl siding, wood siding, cedar siding, stone veneer siding, cultured stone, fiber cement siding, fascia, siding shingles, soffit and more. We offer an ample selection of vinyl siding colors to choose from for every home and for every budget. Our brand selection includes James Hardie siding, SmartSide siding and others. If you like the stone exterior, but aren’t thrilled with how much it will cost for the real thing, you may want to explore our selection of stone veneer panels, faux stone veneer and exterior stone veneer. We also offer house wrap to help keep your home's exterior protected from the elements during construction or renovation.
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Roofing options and colors are more elaborate than people think, and they are one of the most important features of the outside of homes. Not only do they provide good looking shelter, they also regulate inside temperatures, add architectural appeal to the exterior, and shield you from the outside weather. Depending on what roof type you choose for your structure, you may be using roof tiles, ridge caps, roofing sheets, underlayment and roof insulation. There are different types of roof shingles offered, roof tiles and paneling, some more decorative and others more functional. Asphalt shingles are the universal first choice when doing a new roof, they are popular with a relatively low initial investment. They come in loads of colors and sizes and offer different years of protection. Metal roof panels and corrugated roofing have a much longer life. They’re lightweight, fire-resistant and reflect heat away from your home. You have plenty of choice when it comes to metal roof colors. Plus, metal roofing sheets install quickly and easily. The incredible longevity of metal roofing materials makes them an attractive option. Despite the benefits, the cost is significantly higher for metal roofing systems, but there are a few drawbacks to aluminum and steel roofing: a higher noise level and the risk of getting dents that may affect the overall look. Consider poly carbonate roofing sheets if you want something shatterproof and lightweight that can withstand extreme temperatures. Poly carbonate roofing is available in translucent or opaque styles. Translucent roofing is great for solariums, greenhouses and sun rooms, and is often coated to offer additional UV protection. Opaque, foam back poly carbonate roofing is often used in industrial settings. Shingle it Two offers different roofing materials from the top brands in the industry. Explore popular GAF Timberline shingles and different name brand options from top manufacturers like Owens Corning, CertainTeed and others. No matter what you end up choosing, make sure you explore all your options and get everything installed by true roofing specialists